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Daniel Dae Kim
It just wants to impress, amaze and woo us from the start. It fails, since this approach is so last century. I want character development, colors, emotions. I don't want to rush into stereotypes: "cool boss" + "powerful female colleague"; two sexy interns, fresh from actors school in LA; hospital director that looks like a captain from some hardboiled cop show, but not someone with a medical background. Mental cases are interesting stuff to explore, but it fails here also, since it emphasizes on human relations, rather than subject of psychiatry itself.
Camera work is so bad it pains me to look at those Mexican soap opera style close-ups. Sound falls even shorter.
And yes, where are the writers of this show? My bet is, that it will end with this one pilot.
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